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for morning television. let's go on. new lifetime movie, "prosecuting casey anthony." you're starring in it, playing the prosecutor. i want to show a little bit of you in action here. >> chloroform. >> chloroform? >> knockout gas? >> in the carpet? >> and not found in aisle five of your local drugstore. >> i've asked the sheriff's department to run a keyword search on the anthonys computer to see if casey bought it online. >> sedation as a cheap babysitter. >> all right. any way you look at it, it's still first-degree. it doesn't matter if she gave her too much by accident. >> my money, she deliberately killed caylee, put her body in the trunk and drove her around until she could find a place to dump it, so she could go and party. and she did. >> there's rob lowe there. and i think in that one sentence, you probably said what a lot of people around the country probably believed watching that trial. yet, she's acquitted. >> i think there was a poll done that 97% of floridians thought she was guilty. meanwhile, the only people that mattered were the people on the jury. they saw it differently
for the killer. >>> casey anthony is not expected to appear in a florida courtroom later today during an appeal hearing. anthony was convicted on four counts of lying to investigators about the disappearance of her daughter in 2008. her attorneys argued that the statements were made before she was advised of her rights. >>> and some medical news, now. and another clue in the battle against alzheimer's. new research finds that beta blockers, those are prescription drugs used to treat high blood pressure, may help protect the brain against alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. a similar study found beta blockers also slowed down the rate of cognitive decline in aging brains. >>> and with heartfelt apologies to my notre dame alum partner here, it is time, mercifully for sports news. >> here's espn news with the highlights from last night's bcs championship. >> cassidy hubbarth here with your "sportscenter" update. and notre dame looking for its first national title in 24 years. but they would have to take down defending champion alabama. and on the tide's opening drive, eddie lacy, up the middl
, no motive. >>> in other news this morning, casey anthony is not expected to appear in a florida courtroom later today during an appeal hearing. anthony was convicted on four counts of lying to investigators about the disappearance of her daughter back in 2008. her attorneys argued that the statements were made before anthony was advised of her rights. >>> a massachusetts family is recovering after fighting off a wild bobcat. the bobcat took roger mundell by surprise as he stepped into his garage, pouncing on him from eight feet away, sinking its teeth into his face and clawing his back. he said all he heard was a hiss before the bizarre attack. >> it jumped from there and landed on me. it didn't walk, it didn't run, it just jumped. it was that fast and it bit me here and gave me a bear hug. >> the bobcat ran out the door and attacked his 15-year-old nephew. his wife got their gun and they managed to hold it down and shoot it. wildlife experts say the bobcat was likely rabid, so they are all being treated for rabies. but luckily, they are all going to be fine. >> and alive to tell the stor
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